While the Southwest does not get the same autumn experience as Americans further north, we have a lot to be thankful for as the harvest comes in. Consider these harvest festivals to explore in Arizona to get in the season’s spirit.
Pumpkin Days & Corn Maze – This fall festival in Glendale runs from November 1st through November 5th. According to OnlyInYourState.com, the event at Tolmachoff Farms is an annual tradition. If you really want to experience everything fall, consider heading here for corn mazes, a petting zoo, and a pumpkin patch.
Celebraciones de la Gente – Visit this event in Flagstaff to get a closer look at the Mexican celebration of Día de los Muertos. On October 21st and 22nd you can experience the fun and traditions of this holiday with food, music, dancing, and Mexican hot chocolate.
Arizona Harvest Fest – On November 12th, Chandler will be holding a fall festival to celebrate the end of the season. This festival is perhaps best known for its open-air market that lets you get a head start on your holiday shopping. It also has a beer garden and live entertainment.
Here at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi, we really enjoy celebrating the fall season. Come see us if your vehicle needs a tune-up before a tour of area fall festivals.
October is one of the best months of the year for festivals and events, thanks to fall starting, Halloween, and much more. Here are some of the most exciting October Events in Tucson.
One of these events is the Mexican Baseball Fiesta, which will take place at the beginning of October, on the weekend of the 5th through the 8th. This event brings together favorite teams from Mexico’s Pacific Coast minor league baseball league in a series of games against players from Major League Baseball teams.
In mid-October, from the 13th to the 15th, check out the Tucson Meet Yourself event, a massive outdoor food court that celebrates the Arizona-Sonora folk and ethnic communities by displaying and selling their food and art.
Film Fest Tucson will take place the following weekend, starting on Thursday the 19th and continuing through the 22nd. Featuring films from Arizona’s history as well as new independent films, this festival celebrates the city’s long history of filmmaking.
For Halloween, check out the 22nd annual Pumpkin Festival and Corn Maze, which will take place every Saturday and Sunday throughout October, or check out one of the many film and music events being held at The Screening Room, the Rialto Theater, and the Fox Tucson Theater.
To find out more about October events in Tucson, give us a call at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi!
Spring is officially just a few weeks away, but here in Arizona we’re already enjoying ideal weather. That means it’s time to head outdoors now before temperatures reach triple-digits in a few months. Here are some great outdoor events near Tucson in March that you should consider adding to your calendar.
March 3-5 – Wild Wild West Steampunk Convention: Wander the streets of Old Tucson and you’ll feel like you’ve actually stepped back in time; arrive in a costume for even more fun. There will be train rides, concerts, street performers, and so much more.
March 1-April 2 – Arizona Renaissance Festival: Go back to the 16th century and watch jousting knights, watch actors perform live on stage, explore over 200 artisan stands, eat as many turkey legs as you can, and have a day filled with fun.
March 1-April 30 – Presidio Museum Walking Tours: This museum recreates the original Presidio, which encompassed about 11 acres of what is currently downtown Tucson. With these tours, you can get a more in-depth look at what daily life looked like in the late 1700s.
March 11-12 – Tucson Festival of Books: If you love books, be sure to head to this festival that will host more than 350 authors for panel discussions, presentations, and more. There will also be a special program for visitors of all ages.
Here at Quebedeaux Mitsubishi, we are looking forward to heading outdoors this month and having some fun.